Consummate opera talent Anne Tormela, Founder and Artistic Director of the Manhattan Lyric Opera Company, will perform at the Howland Public Library from 1 to 2 p.m. on Saturday, July 12. Tormela will perform highlights of the world’s most beloved opera, Broadway and popular classics. This is a user-friendly performance for the young and old alike. Special requests from the audience are welcome. Don’t miss the chance to hear classic musical works brought to life in an intimate performance setting.
Tormela has performed around the world and is noted for specializing in bel-canto, operatic and early music style. The Royal Danish Opera noted that Tormela exhibits “secure technique, unfailing intonation and expression and clear and sensitive text.”
This special performance is a Literary Elements Adult Summer Reading Program event. The event is free and no registration is required. The Howland Public Library is located at 313 Main St., Beacon. Visit beaconlibrary.org.
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